International Inland Waters: Concepts for a More Active World Bank Role (World Bank Technical Paper) e-book
by Robert Rangeley,Syed S. Kirmani
by Syed Kirmani (Author), Robert Rangeley (Author). Publisher: World Bank Publications (June 30, 1994).
by Syed Kirmani (Author), Robert Rangeley (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0821327999. Product Dimensions: . x . x 11 inches.
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concepts for a more active World Bank role. Published 1994 by World Bank in Washington, . Includes bibliographical references (p. 18-20). World Bank technical paper,, no. 239. Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Stream conservation, Economic aspects of Water resources development, Stream conservation, Water resources development. Developing countries. Classifications.
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International Inland Waters Concepts for a More Active World Bank Role (World Bank Technical Paper).